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The Goodbye Summer by Patricia Gaffney
The Goodbye Summer by Patricia Gaffney
1.0 out of 5 stars "The Boring Summer", May 1 2004
I just finished reading this story and must say that I only did so because it was sent to me for review. Overall, I'm left feeling the story droned on and on for far too long with very little character evolution to support its length and plot dynamics.
Over the six month period that Frances left home and stayed at Wake House, it seems that Caddie experiences more in her life than she ever has - at the age of thirty-two. However, by the end, she doesn't appear to be any different than when I first met her -- with the exception of having met Magill.
Having endured the humiliation of being dumped by Christopher, the loss of dear Thea, the devastating miscarriage, etc., one would… Read more
On the Down Low: A Journey Into the Lives of "Stra&hellip by J.L. King
5.0 out of 5 stars Bright Light Shined, May 1 2004
This story needed to be told. Men who appear to be "straight" have a fettish to have sex with other men.......the book definitely shines a bright light on this "down low" sort of existence. Most men could get killed over this when their wive or girlfriend find out. The author gives several signs to watch for to be able to find out what is going on, if anything. This is a must read!